David Greening is an experienced professional and has worked as a qualified Marine Surveyor and Naval Architect of sailing yachts and powerboats for the past 15 years. He is a full Member of the Yacht Designers and Surveyors Association, the Royal Institution of Naval Architects and the British Marine Federation.
He has worked in the marine industry for over 35 years and completed the Yacht and Powercraft Design degree at Southampton Institute before qualification as a Chartered Engineer.
Having been employed by leading British boat builders Bowman Yachts as an in-house designer and project manager followed by a spell at Northshore Yacht Yards to introduce their RCD compliance programme, David trained alongside a local marine surveyor before setting up his own Marine Surveying and Naval Architectural practice near Chichester.
15 years on and now based in Salcombe, he carries out Surveys, MCA Coding and Recreational Craft Directive Consultancy throughout Devon, Cornwall and the South West, but mostly in the South Devon harbours and marinas of Plymouth, Newton Ferrers, Totnes, Dartmouth, Noss-on-Dart, Kingswear, Brixham, Torquay as well as Salcombe.
“In today’s world there is a symbiotic relationship between Marine Surveys, MCA Coding and the Recreational Craft Directive. It is no longer satisfactory to look at a craft without a detailed understanding of the codes and standards that underpin modern boat construction.”
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